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[audio]"Nickname" (Skaol Bandits)
Skoal Bandits radio commercial with Harry Gant.
Keywords: tobacco; smokeless tobacco; radio; advertising; male
Downloads: 39
[audio]Nancy Montgomery and Ms. Gooch
Telephone conversation between N. Montgomery from R.J.Renynolds and B. Gooch who attended a "sneak preview" of Eclipse cigarettes in Chattanooga. Ms. Gooch was hospitalized later that evening suffering convulsions.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; smoker; adverse effects; marketing; nicotine; cigarette additive; cigarette design; cardiovascular disease; emphysema; fire safe cigarette; health care facility; tobacco industry employee; lungs; familial relation; female; marketing research; menthol cigarette; tobacco related health concerns; respiratory system; smoker behavior
Downloads: 82
[audio]Nan� (Episode 15 of 33)
Performance by Brazilian composer and percussionist Nan� Vasconcelos (1944-) playing the berimbau, an instrument of African origin, for WBAI's Free Music Store in 1972. In addition to leading his own bands, Vasconcelos has played with Jon Hassell, Pat Metheny, Jan Garbarek, Don Cherry, and Egberto Gismonti, among others. Nan� is introduced by WBAI's Barbara Oka. Recorded by David Rapkin and produced by the Music Department of WBAI.
Keywords: Vasconcelos; Nan�; Brazilian music
Downloads: 11
[audio]National Lawyers Guild Executive Division Catherine Clark - Military Recruitment
National Lawyers Guild Executive Division Catherine Clark discusses Military Recruitment". She mentions the national hot-line that has been started for people with questions about discharge options and risks that people may face when they've been told to report to duty. Several of the calls have been from Puerto Rican women. "
Downloads: 8
[audio]National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights : Highlights / edited by Jon Beaupre of Overnight Productions.
Jon Beaupre and Cindy Freedman hosted the KPFK coverage of the National March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation, the third such march of its kind in US history. Organizers estimated an attendance of around one million. The controversy over both the ban on gays in the military and the government's inadequate response to the AIDS crisis were the two main foci of the march...
Keywords: Vaid, Urvashi; Studds, Gerry; Navratilova, Martina; Wilson, Phill; Lesbians -- Political activity; Gays -- Political activity; Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc. -- Washington D.C. -- 1993
Downloads: 21
[audio]National Peace Action Coalition rally in Los Angeles
Note: Tape 3 content begins around 00:01:43.Description: Actuality of a National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC) rally held at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Los Angeles in April, 1971. The emcee for the evening is actor Georg Stanford Brown. On Reel 1, Brown introduces a film, "Hiroshima & Nagasaki", the audio of which can be heard on the recording, and introduces Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Yoshimura...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements; Cunningham, Sarah; Brown, Georg Stanford; Lancaster, Burt, 1913-1994; Yoshimura, Setsuko; Kovic, Ron; Sumi, Pat; Takei, George, 1937-
Downloads: 16
[audio]National Research Council conference, Fluhler, Vesell, and Plawcholk, Tape 3
Tape of presentations and discussion, with R. J. Reynolds scientists participating, about laboratory research on nicotine at a conference held by the National Research Council.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; animal subject; nicotine; metabolism; male; female; tobacco industry scientist; laboratory research
Downloads: 42
[audio]National Research Council conference, G. Lunt & S. Wonnacott, Tape 1.
Tape of presentations and discussion, with R. J. Reynolds scientists participating, about laboratory research on nicotine at a conference held by the National Research Council.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; cell; tobacco industry scientist; laboratory research; industry sponsored conference
Downloads: 75
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 1.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; industry sponsored conference; nicotine; laboratory research; animal subject; tobacco industry scientist
Downloads: 46
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 2.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; laboratory research; animal subject; tobacco industry scientist; industry sponsored conference
Downloads: 34
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 3.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; laboratory research; tobacco industry scientist; industry sponsored conference
Downloads: 75
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 4
R. J. Reynolds questions scientists on the effects of nicotine.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; tobacco industry scientist; laboratory research; industry sponsored conference; gender; biologically active substance; addiction; smoking cessation
Downloads: 87
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 4.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; laboratory research; tobacco industry scientist; industry sponsored conference
Downloads: 36
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 5.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; industry sponsored conference; nicotine; laboratory research; animal subject; tobacco industry scientist
Downloads: 37
[audio]National Research Council conference, Tape 5.
Tape of presentations and discussion at a conference held by the National Research Council about laboratory research on nicotine, cortisol and stress, and other issues.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; nicotine; laboratory research; tobacco industry scientist; industry sponsored conference; disease; nicotine gum
Downloads: 42
[audio]National Research Council conference: questions,Tape 3.
R. J. Reynolds questions scientists on the effects of nicotine.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; animal subject; nicotine; metabolism; tobacco industry scientist; laboratory research; cell; industry sponsored conference
Downloads: 46
[audio]National Research Council conference: Wonnacott, Gray, Deadwyler, Fluhler, Tape 2
Tape of presentations and discussion, with R. J. Reynolds scientists participating, about laboratory research on nicotine at a conference held by the National Research Council.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; animal subject; nicotine; metabolism; tobacco industry scientist; laboratory research
Downloads: 86
[audio]National Sales Meeting Presentations
Presentations to the Lorillard national sales meeting including a review of Old Gold's sales, a report on legal activity and governmental affairs, and the marketing strategy for the Kent, True and Newport brands, which was interrupted by the tape's end.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; sales; marketing; geographic location; retail; business activity; cigarette brands; advertising; product liability; lawsuit; tobacco related health concerns; asbestos; filter; class action lawsuit; addiction; airplane; Attorney General; Medicaid lawsuit; flight attendant; tobacco industry lawyer; Congress; tax; regulation; youth; workplace; state legislation; advertising restriction; political activity; low yield cigarette; cigarette packaging; promotional merchandise; urban
Downloads: 138
[audio]Natural sound workshop (Episode 30 of 33)
Performance by the Natural Sound Workshop, under the direction of Kirk Nurock, of experimental musical improvisations at WBAI's Free Music Store on January 10, 1973. The pieces performed are all group performances unless otherwise indicated: "Sounds in space"; "Rhythm chant"; "Solos" with Bard Klahr and Thomas Giles; "Passing"; performer Gershon Freidlin (appearing by permission of the Sebastoon Foundation); "Alice" by Bryant Hayes (text by Lewis Carroll); "SoundsInduced and Altered;Night" by Ki...
Keywords: Audio art; Avant garde music
Downloads: 20
[audio]Nelson Mandela : noblest son of Africa - 50th anniversary of Pacifica Radio
Several voices come together to tell the four part documentary on the life and influence of Nelson Mandela, South African president who served from 1994-1999 and the first president to be elected in South Africa by a representative democratic election. Sandra Radley is the producer, writer, and narrator. Bill Wax is the executive producer.
Downloads: 2,173
[audio]Neocons and Iran; Ocean "Dead Zones"; Top 50 Progressive Songs - Mother Jones Radio
Who wants to invade Iran? Joe Cirincione of the Center for American Progress says the neoconservatives want to, but he doesn't think they'll succeed: "I don't believe that the neocons for all their big bluster, for all their big lie techniques, are going to be able to do to us what they did in 2001 and 2003." Plus, Suellen Miller says a simple, $150 device can save the lives of thousands of women around the world who are at risk from dying during childbirth...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; blog; politics; Iran; women; global warming; progressive
Downloads: 3,097
[audio]New and different lives / Local essayist / Disabled author
Photographer and journalist Laura Pohl observed two North Korean defectors adjust to their new and very different lives in South Korea. She'll tell you about the women she photographed and the challenges North and South Koreans will face if the two countries unify. Sacramento-raised essayist Richard Rodriguez talks with Jeffrey. This segment originally aired on March 17, 2006. Spinal cord injury survivor Doug Champa on the struggle to redefine himself...
Keywords: North Korea; defectors; New and Different Lives; Richard Rodriguez; Doug Champa; paraplegic; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio
Downloads: 236
[audio]New Bill Aims to Educate Gun Buyers
Gun ownership is a constitutional right, but a new bill takes aim at how guns are sold. Host Jeffrey Callison asks experts what the government's role should be in regulating a citizen's choice to bear arms.
Keywords: Gun ownership; KXJZ: Sacramento Public Radio
Downloads: 148
[audio]New directions from the gay left (part 1 of 2) / produced by the Fruit Punch Collective
"On Labor Day weekend in 1976, a group of around 130 collectivist-minded gay men gathered in Wolf Creek, Oregon to hold a ""Faggots and Class Struggle"" conference, sponsored by the Lavender and Red Union of the University of Oregon. The conference addressed the ""romantic myth"" of bourgeois individualism fostered by capitalist ideology, calling instead for a Maoist approach that celebrates collective identity and advocates outreach to working-class and Third World GLBT peoples...
Downloads: 18
[audio]New directions from the gay left (part 2 of 2) / produced by the Fruit Punch Collective
"Excerpts from the ""Faggots and Class Struggle"" Conference held Labor Day weekend, 1976, plus interviews with participants. A dialectical approach to personal politics including feminism in the movement and the particular oppression suffered by ""feminine identified"" men. Produced by the Fruit Punch Collective of KPFA Berkeley."
Downloads: 9
[audio]New Eclipse Cigarette: A View from the Other Side, KNON-FM, Dallas. 7:00 Am, Side A.
R. J. Reynolds representatives test marketing a new cigarette in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area discuss with radio listeners the benefits of Eclipse, a cigarette with no ashes, less tar and nicotine, and less secondhand smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; tar; nicotine; marketing; safer cigarette; cigarette design; filter; tobacco industry employee; marketing; advertising; radio
Downloads: 117
[audio]New Orleans Jazz Festival : Balfa Brothers
An absolutely authentic white cajun band from the Bayou Country plays a set of folk music. The Balfas holler and let you know they enjoy what they do. The band is made up of two fiddles, two guitars, an accordion, and a triangle. The recording fades with "Mardi Gras Jig."
Downloads: 121
[audio]New York as you don't know it: Queens!
Barbara Londin speaks with geologist Sidney Horenstein about the natural features of the New York City borough of Queens. Horenstein explains how all of Queens' parks lie on top of a terminal moraine, how at one point all of the Great Lakes emptied out through the Hudson River, and the evolution of Queens' wooded areas. Horenstein also talks about the proliferation of plant nurseries in Queens in the early part of the 19th century and the pollution of Jamaica Bay.
Downloads: 15
[audio]Newport Cartridge
Clips of instrumental and vocal music and narration, some about Newport cigarettes.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; advertising
Downloads: 182
[audio]News Network Roundup In a special edition of our weekly News Network signature segment we'll speak with four of the region's leading reporters, editors, and/or columnists to see what's making news in Downtown Sacramento, the Central Valley, and the Foothills.
News Network Roundup In a special edition of our weekly News Network signature segment we'll speak with four of the region's leading reporters, editors, and/or columnists to see what's making news in Downtown Sacramento, the Central Valley, and the Foothills. In The Flow Festival 35 artists and musicians from as far as Portland and Los Angeles will be performing at Sacramento's 5th annual In The Flow Festival, which starts Thursday...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; CSU Sacramento; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 30
[audio]News reports on the CIA
John D. Marks and others speaking possibly at congressional hearings. Telephone interview with John D. Marks. News report on three former FBI plots to kill San Diego State University economics professor Peter Boehmer. Broadcast on KPFK.
Downloads: 34
[audio]Newsweek On Air 05/24/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Inside Iran Hooman Majd, author of "The Ayatollah Begs to Differ: The Paradox of Modern Iran" (Random House, 2008) Christopher Dickey, NEWSWEEK Mideast Editor/Paris Bureau Chief II. Iran, Israel and Emanuel Michael Hirsh, NEWSWEEK Washington Correspondent David Bender, Eurasia Group Mideast/Africa analyst III. Questioning Geithner (from Newsweek National Press Club Interview) Jon Meacham, Editor of NEWSWEEK Timothy Geithner, United States Secretary of the Treasury IV...
Keywords: Iran; Israel; Timothy Geithner; work; Beatles; Kennedy
[audio]Newsweek On Air 06/14/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Capitalism in Crisis Peter G. Peterson, Co-founder of the Blackstone Group, former Commerce Secretary, author of "The Education of an American Dreamer" (Twelve Hachette Book Group, June 2009) II. THE ECONOMY: Revival versus Reform Michael Hirsh, Newsweek National Economics Correspondent Nell Minow, co-founder /editor of The Corporate Library III. Israel: Pressure on the Settlements Kevin Peraino, Newsweek Jerusalem bureau chief M.J...
Keywords: capitalism; economy; revival; reform; Israel; quintuplet; Burma; appeasement
[audio]Newsweek On Air 06/21/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Iran: Can Khamenei cope? Christopher Dickey, Newsweek Mideast Editor Abbas Milani, Director of Iranian Studies, Hoover Institution/Stanford II. Healthcare and the Welfare State Jonathan Alter, Newsweek National Affairs Columnist Robert Samuelson, Newsweek Economics Columnist, author of "The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath" III. The Caveman Debate Sharon Begley, Newsweek Science Columnist Dr...
Keywords: Iran; Khamenei; healthcare; welfare; caveman; television; Hung; Donald Rumsfeld
[audio]Newsweek On Air 06/28/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Iran: Force vs Freedom Christopher Dickey, Newsweek Middle East Editor David Bender, Eurasia Group Analyst II. New Energy, Jobs, Management Ashutoh (Ashu) Misra, Vice President/Operations, Ascent Solar Technologies Robert J Dewar, Former Ford General Foreman, Author of "Savage Factory: An Eyewitness Account of the Auto Industry's Self-Destruction"(AuthorHouse, April 2009) III...
Keywords: Iran; force; freedom; new energy; jobs; management; solar; auto; writers; books; Michael Jackson; global warming; floods
[audio]Newsweek On Air 07/05/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Sanford, Sotomayor, the Senate at 60 and Palin Eleanor Clift, Newsweek Contributing Editor/ TV Commentator Roger Pilon, Cato Institute, Vice President/Legal Affairs II. The Writer's Tale E. L. Doctorow, National Book Award winning author of "Homer & Langley (Random House, September 2009), "Ragtime" and more. III. Must Reads Now Marc Peyser, Newsweek Culture Editor IV. Iraq Fact and Film Mark Boal, Reporter/Screenwriter, "The Hurt Locker" V...
Keywords: Sanford; Sotomayor; Senate; Palin; Writers; Read; Iraq; Film; Fireworks; Documentaries
[audio]Newsweek On Air 07/12/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Sotomayor & Holder: Colorblind Justice? Burt Neuborne, Legal Director of the Brennan Center for Justice, NYU Law School II. The GOP After Palin Rick Pearlstein, author of "Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America." III. OBIT: Mistaken McNamara Michael Beschloss, Historian, author of, "Presidential Courage." IV. CINEMA: The Bottom Line on Bruno David Ansen, NEWSWEEK Critic V...
Keywords: Sotomayor; Holder; GOP; Palin; Robert McNamara; Cinema; Bruno; Food; Fried Chicken; Michael Jackson
[audio]Newsweek On Air 07/19/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Kennedy on Healthcare Eleanor Clift, Newsweek Contributor /TV commentator Ralph Neas, CEO National Coalition on Healthcare; previously Executive Director of Leadership Conference on Civil Rights; President of People for American Way II. Cronkite on Cronkite Walter Cronkite, retired CBS Evening News anchor, author of "A Reporter's Life" on Newsweek On Air 12/8/96 III. Assassination Investigation Michael Isikoff, Newsweek Washington Correspondent Scott Horton, chairman of th...
Keywords: Kennedy; healthcare; Walter Cronkite; assassination; investigation; Pyonyang; graduation
[audio]Newsweek On Air 07/26/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. ECONOMIC: Smart Recovery Daniel Gross, NEWSWEEK Business Columnist Dr. John Taylor, senior fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution, former Treasury undersecretary, Co-Editor of "The Road ahead for the Fed," (Hoover Press, 2009). II. Afghan Face-Off Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Editor-at-Large Ron Moreau, NEWSWEEK South Asia Bureau Chief III. ENVIRONMENT: Warming Trends Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK Science Editor Lily Huang, NWESWEEK Boston reporterIV...
Keywords: Economics; Afghanistan; Environment; Warming; Walter Cronkite; Frank McCourt; Oplympics; Rome; Beijing
[audio]Newsweek On Air 08/02/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Obama Back Home and Beyond Daniel Gross, NEWSWEEK Economics Editor Katie Connolly, NEWSWEEK Washington Correspondent II. A View from Black America Marc H. Morial, President and CEO, National Urban League III. TRUE CRIME: The Grim Sleeper Suzanne Smalley, NEWSWEEK Correspondent Margaret Prescod, L.A. radio host ("Sojourner Truth") IV. CRIME FICTION: A Guilty Pleasure Walter Mosley, best-selling novelist, "The Long Fall" (Riverhead Books, March 2009) V...
Keywords: Obama; Black; America; Crime; Crime Fiction; Real Estate; Southern
[audio]Newsweek On Air 08/09/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Obama, Congress and Korea Julian Zelizer, Princeton professor of history and public affairs, author of "Arsenal of Democracy: The Politics of National Security, from World War II to the War on Terrorism" (Basic Books, 2009) Scott Snyder, director of The Asia Foundation's Center for U.S.-Korea policy II. CRIME: Blood and Ink Calvin Trillin, author of "Killings,""Alice, Let's Eat," and others III...
Keywords: Obama; Congress; Korea; Crime; Panhandle Murders; Dealer; Julie and Julia; Julia Child; Woodstock; Guantanamo
[audio]Newsweek On Air 08/16/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Health Reform Psychology and Politics Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK Science Editor Mark Potok, Intelligence Project Director, Southern Poverty Law Center II. Medical Fears and Facts Karen Davis, President of the Commonwealth Fund III. Hedge Funds Are Good, Free is Too Costly Michael Hirsh, NEWSWEEK National Economics Correspondent Daniel Gross, NEWSWEEK Economics Editor IV. What Sotomayor Will Mean Ellis Cose, NEWSWEEK Contributor and author of "The Rage of a Privileged Class: W...
Keywords: Health Reform; Psychology; Politics; Medical; Hedge Funds; Sotomayor; Aliens; Russia
[audio]Newsweek On Air 08/23/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Afghanistan and the Value of Voting Ron Moreau, NEWSWEEK South Asia Bureau Chief in Kabul Thomas Henriksen, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow and author of "American Power After the Berlin Wall" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009 paperback) II. High-Speed Trains and Global Warming Randal O'Toole, Cato Institute Senior Fellow and author of "The Best-Laid Plans: How Government Planning Harms your Quality of Life, your Pocketbook, and your Future" (Cato Institute, 2007) III...
Keywords: Afghanistan; Voting; High-Speed Trains; Global Warming; 3-D; TV; Katrina; Olympics; Beijing
[audio]Newsweek On Air 08/30/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. KENNEDYS: Remembering Teddy Evan Thomas, Newsweek Editor at Large and author of Robert Kennedy: His Life Birch Bayh, Former Indiana Senator II. Death of a Liberal, Death of Conservatism? Neal Gabler, Senior Fellow at the Norman Lear Center at University of Southern California, at work on a book on Senator Kennedy and modern American liberalism Sam Tanenhaus, Author of The Death of Conservatism, out September 1st from Random House...
Keywords: Robert Kennedy; Liberalism; Senator Kennedy; Conservatism; Healthcare; Bomb; Produce; Medicare
[audio]Newsweek On Air 09/06/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Afghanistan: Diplomat's Diary Ryan Crocker, Former United States Ambassador to Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq II. Foreign Policy: The Fairway Factor Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations and author of War of Necessity, War of Choice III. Parenting and Prejudice Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman, co-authors of 'NurtureShock: New Thinking about Children' (Twelve Publishing; September, 2009) IV...
Keywords: Afghanistan; Foreign Policy; Parenting; Prejudice; Labor; Documentaries; Film; Sarah Palin
[audio]Newsweek On Air 09/13/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup: INTRODUCTION I. Healthcare Politics Eleanor Clift, Newsweek Contributing Editor Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Research Group II. Healthcare and Character T.R. Reid, author of "The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, Fairer Healthcare" (August 20, 2009, Penguin) III. Wall Street's Dimon in the Rough Duff McDonald, author of "Last Man Standing: The Ascent of Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase" (October, Simon & Schuster)...
Keywords: Healthcare; Wall Street; Jamie Dimon; JPMorgan Chase; Obesogens; Comics; Bailouts
[audio]Newsweek On Air 09/16/2001 - David Alpern
Lineup I. INTRODUCTION: 9/11-- AMERICA ATTACKED II. DIGGING OUT, FIGHTING BACK Evan Thomas, NEWSWEEK Assistant Managing Editor, Washington Howard Fineman, NEWSWEEK Chief Political Correspondent, III. SECURITY AND PSYCHOLOGY Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK Senior Editor Dr. Peter Stavinoha, Neuropsychologist at Children's Medical Center of Dallas IV. ISLAM, INTELLIGENCE AND RETALIATION Christopher Dickey, Newsweek Paris Bureau Chief in New York Bruce Hoffman, Rand Corporation Director in Washington, Terr...
Keywords: 9/11; New York; America; Terrorism; Security; Psychology; Islam; Intelligence; Retaliation; Wall Street; World
Downloads: 5
[audio]Newsweek On Air 09/20/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup: INTRODUCTION I. Environment: Gauging Green Dan McGinn, Newsweek Senior Articles Editor Dan Esty, Yale Professor of Environmental Law and Policy II. Greenest of the Green Tony Prophet, HP Senior Vice President for Worldwide Supply Chain Operations Tod Arbogast, Dell Sustainable Business Director III. China's Tires That Bind Robert Samuelson, NEWSWEEK Economics Columnist and author of "The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath" IV...
Keywords: Environment; Green; China; Cold War; Paul Nitze; George Kennan; Toronto Film Festival
[audio]Newsweek On Air 09/27/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Rethinking Afghanistan, and Domestic Terror Threats John Barry, Newsweek Defense Correspondent Lawrence Korb, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, former Assistant Secretary of Defense II. Iran, Nukes, and Trade Wars David Andelman, Editor of World Policy Journal Leo Hindery, Managing Partner, InterMedia Partners, former Obama economic advisor III. High Court Preview Dahlia Lithwick, Newsweek Contributor IV...
Keywords: Afghanistan; Terror; Iran; Nukes; Trade Wars; High Court; Toxic Mortgages; Bailout; Michael Moore; Capitalism
[audio]Newsweek On Air 10/18/2009 - David Alpern
Lineup INTRODUCTION I. Post-Bush Stress Disorder Jonathan Alter, NEWSWEEK columnist II. A Degree in Three Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), former U.S. Education Secretary Prof. Robert Zemsky, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, author of "Making Reform Work" (Rutgers U. Press, 2009) III. Cancer Care Gap Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK science editor Dr. Len Lichtenfeld, deputy chief medical officer, American Cancer Society IV...
Keywords: Bush; Stress; Degree; Cancer; Bears; Film; Roosevelt
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